Apple iPhone 15 Pro solid-state buttons will have customizable sensitivity


Capacitive solid-state buttons for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max have been the subject of rumors for a while, and a recent post on the MacRumors forums provides more information about how they will function. The iPhone 15 Pro series is expected to feature a new programmable Action button and a unified volume button from Apple. The latter will support a variety of other programable functions, such as turning on and off the orientation lock, torch, low power mode, and more, in addition to the standard iPhone mute switch capabilities.

The iPhone 15 Pro series’ capacitive buttons will have a specialized low-energy microcontroller that will allow them to function even when the battery is low. The chip will provide Taptic Engine feedback and sense user presses and hold movements. Users will be able to adjust the button sensitivity in Settings, and they will be able to use gloves and phone cases.

The NFC, Bluetooth LE, and UW chips will continue to function even when the phone is turned off and when the battery is entirely depleted thanks to the new low-energy chip included inside the iPhone 15 Pro series. The source for the latest details on the iPhone 15 Pro solid-state buttons has a reliable track record and supplied accurate details on the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island before its release.

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